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Componentes Esenciales para la Capacitación y Éxito de los Trabajadores Pares (Peers)

Authors Varios autores de American Red Cross, BU SPH, Center for Health Training, Columbia University, Harlem Hospital, JRI, Kansas City Free Health Clinic, WORLD

Date 2010

Project PEER Center

Keywords HIV/AIDS

English Curriculum.
Una herramienta para capacitar pares/peers con VIH para involucrar a las personas viviendo con VIH o SIDA a entrar o seguir con su cuidado médico

Propósito de esta Herramienta:
Apoyar la capacitación de pares/peers viviendo con el VIH para involucrar y retener personas viviendo con el VIH en cuidado médico.

Audiencia
: Capacitadores con experiencia y organizaciones de capacitación que pueden usar esta herramienta para crear, mejorar, o refinar su capacitación de pares/peers.

Otros Usos: Supervisores de pares o directores de programas pueden utilizar esta herramienta para planificar una capacitación de pares/peers recientemente contratados o para proveer educación continua a pares/peers que ya están trabajando.
English: Building Blocks to Peer Success

Esta herramienta está dividida en categorías generales para facilitar el acceso a una gran cantidad de información presentada. Los módulos individuales están organizados para poderlos facilitar individualmente e incluyen instrucciones detalladas como el tiempo, materiales, y preparación necesaria para cada modulo.

Digital Story: The Power of Peers to Change Lives

Authors Clanon, K., Neville, S., Ablavsky, E.

Date 2009

Project PEER Center

Keywords HIV/AIDS

Kathleen Clanon, MD, Alameda County Medical Center in Oakland, CA and Sally Neville, RN, MSN, Director of HIV Primary Care at Kansas City Free Health Clinic in Kansas City, MO talk about how peers help their patients adhere to treatment.

Digital Story: The Peer Program Makes a Big Difference

Authors Ablavsky, E., Neville, S., Rajabiun, S.

Date 2009

Project PEER Center

Keywords HIV/AIDS

This digital story describes how one peer educator supports one client’s efforts to manage his HIV self-care. It does not represent all peers and clients, nor does it portray all the ways peers help clients cope with the daily stresses of living with HIV.

Tools for Monitoring & Evaluating HIV Peer Programs

Authors Rajabiun, S. , Franks, J., Loscher-Hudson, B.

Date 2011

Project PEER Center

Keywords HIV/AIDS, Supportive Services

How do I know my peer program is working? Wednesday, January 26, 2011, ET
Peers living with HIV/AIDS play an essential role in engaging HIV-positive individuals in care and treatment. This webcast is intended for organizations and individuals interested in learning about methods to document the impact of peer services on HIV care and treatment. Evaluators working in clinics and community-based organizations discuss strategies and tools for monitoring, evaluating, and disseminating information about peer programs.

Strategies for Supervising HIV Peers

Authors Rajabiun, S. , Fizek, L., Downes, A., Miles, L.

Date 2011

Project PEER Center

Keywords HIV/AIDS, Supportive Services

HIV-positive peers who work to retain PLWHA in care and treatment and who may have experienced life challenges similar to those of their clients have unique needs for supervision and support. Effective peer supervision calls for supervisors to develop a highly supportive supervisory style that borrows from mental health counseling, social work and supervision. This webcast provides strategies for supportive and clinical approaches for supervising peers in the workplace. Panelists discuss case examples addressing issues such as managing peer-client relationships, working with peers as part of a multidisciplinary team and supporting peer development.

Training peers to support clients in HIV care and treatment

Authors Rajabiun, S. , Ruiz, J., Bower, B., Tobias, C.

Date 2010

Project PEER Center

Keywords HIV/AIDS, Supportive Services

As the role of peers in HIV care and treatment has become increasingly valuable, so has the need for comprehensive training materials. The PEER Center and the Peer Education Training Sites have developed a toolkit, Building Blocks to Peer Success, to assist trainers and program directors in planning a peer training for newly hired peers or providing continuing education for existing peers. This Webcast gives participants an overview of the content and organization of the toolkit as well as a brief introduction on how to use the toolkit to plan and organize training.

Integrating Peers into HIV Care and Treatment

Authors Rajabiun, S. , Colson, P., Neville, S., Eddens, S.

Date 2010

Project PEER Center

Keywords HIV/AIDS, Supportive Services

Peers living with HIV/AIDS play an essential role in engaging HIV-positive individuals in care and treatment. The unique nature of that role brings with it special considerations when integrating peers as part of the health care team. This Webcast helps participants learn to identify peer roles and responsibilities, develop training and supervision systems, and monitor and evaluate peer contributions to HIV services.

HIV Resistance: The Intersection between Treatment and Prevention

Authors Rajabiun, S. , Fizek, L., Patterson, B., Ruiz, J.

Date 2010

Project PEER Center

Keywords HIV/AIDS

This webcast provides an overview of HIV drug resistance, its role in transmitting resistant HIV virus, and what clients and peers need to know about it. The webcast will also include an overview of the role of HIV biomedical interventions in reducing risk of HIV transmission.

Continuing Education for Peers: Disclosure

Authors Rajabiun, S. , Tobias, C., Neville, S., Downes, A., Miles, L., Riley, J.

Date 2010

Project PEER Center

Keywords HIV/AIDS, Supportive Services

This webcast is the first of a two-part continuing education series for HIV positive peers and their supervisors. The Webcast includes speakers with extensive experience in training and supervising peers to work with clients around disclosure.

Evaluating peer services in HIV care and treatment

Authors Rajabiun, S. , Franks, J., Loscher-Hudson, B.

Date 2010

Project PEER Center

Keywords HIV/AIDS, Supportive Services

Evaluators working in clinics and community-based organizations will discuss strategies and tools for monitoring, evaluating, and disseminating information about peer programs. The webcast included speakers from three programs: PEER Center, Boston University School of Public Health, Boston; MAPACT Project, Columbia University in New York City, NY; Missouri AIDS Alliance, Kansas City Free Health Clinic in Kansas City, MO